Cj Pandit Made “New York Time” During A Very Bizarre Period Of His Life

Great things come out of bizarre phases

Photo: Joe Vozza

Cj Pandit captures the bizarre, hazy phase we all go through when our lives are in a state of uncomfortable limbo in his latest song “New York Time.” The track captures the state of being fixated on someone or something and not being able to move on – feeling like you’re constantly trapped into that dark uncertainty. With “New York Time,” Cj Pandit channels the lonely chaos through the most soothing melody that makes you feel a bit better about feeling like that. Check it out:

Speaking of the track, he commented: “I never understood the idea of a song being plucked out of the ether or ‘given’ to you by some kind of higher musical power until I wrote ‘New York Time.’ I was at the lowest point in my life, I couldn’t shake New York, or a person and situation there, or the weight of my own expectations for creating. I was manic, working all over the place with so many different people, but then went up to Liverpool to write some new songs. Those few days were a real blur, filled with hallucinations and something I can still never quite put my finger on. Like watching a sunset, the knowledge to describe it never quite matches the sight or the experience of it. It’s the most honest I’ve ever been. I have little recollection of that time, but it’s a period and a song I’m incredibly grateful for that means so much more than I could ever put into words.”

Cj Pandit will be sharing more songs that he’s been working on this past year so stay tuned.